theory of germ plasm

theory of germ plasm
теория зародышевой плазмы

blood plasm — плазма крови

dried plasm — сухая плазма

immune plasm — иммунная плазма

germ plasm — зародышевая плазма

autologous plasm — аутологичная плазма


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